China has decided not to participate in the G20 tourism summit to be held next week in occupied Kashmir by India.
India is chairing the G20 this year and is holding meetings across the country.
Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Weng Wenbin said China opposes any kind of G20 meeting in a disputed region and will not participate in any such meeting.
It should be noted that in 2019, India abolished the special constitutional status of Kashmir.
A meeting of the working group of G20 member countries on tourism will be held in Srinagar, Occupied Kashmir, from May 22 to 24.